Anti-inflammatory properties Numerous studies report that hyaluronic acid is effective in minimizing the inflammation in the surgical site, thus facilitating bone regeneration.
Osteogenic and immunomodulatory properties In case of trauma at a local level, hyaluronic acid is naturally produced by the body in order to promote the regeneration of soft tissues.
Angiogenic properties The ability of hyaluronic acid to interact with specific membrane receptors makes it a stimulating factor for the migration and proliferation of endothelial cells.
Fibroblast proliferation High molecular weight hyaluronic acid is recognized for its chemotactic and stimulatory properties toward fibroblasts, involved in the synthesis of new collagen.
Bacteriostatic effect Scientific studies have shown that the clinical application of hyaluronic acid in surgical therapy reduces bacterial contamination of the surgery site and the risk of post-operative infections.
ACTI-BONE®finds its specific application in implant, periodontal, and extraction surgery, and in the treatment of peri-implantitis as a powerful adjuvant capable of regenerating bone tissue and protecting the implant and the implant site.
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